So, Rio and I went to Tunjungan avenue in Surabaya, where traffic is quite dense and there’s a crossing bridge over the avenue so we can shoot bird eye angle. Anyway, this is Rio shooting light trail photos with his iPhone…
Quoted from the wiki:
Originally, the full name was ‘hashed brown potatoes’ (or ‘hashed browned potatoes’), of which the first known mention is by food author Maria Parloa (1843–1909) in 1888. The name was gradually shortened to ‘hash brown potatoes’ until the most common name had become simply ‘hash browns’ around 1970 (although the shortened name was used in media as early as 1959, by the main character in the pilot episode of The Twilight Zone). Some claim that hash browns may have developed out of rösti, the Swiss farmer’s breakfast dish. If a dish of hash browned potatoes incorporates corned beef, chopped meat, leftovers, or other vegetables it is more commonly referred to as hash or bubble and squeak, a dish that became popular in war-time Britain.
Hash browns or hashed browns are a simple potato preparation in which potato pieces are pan-fried after being shredded, julienned, diced, or riced. Hash browns are a staple breakfast food at diners in North America, where they are often fried on a large common cooktop or griddle. While they are not traditional, they are often served in the UK as part of an English breakfast.
In some parts of the United States, hash browns strictly refer to shredded or riced, pan-fried potatoes, and are considered a breakfast food, while potatoes diced or cubed and pan-fried are also a side dish called country fried potatoes or home fries (though many variations of home fries are par-cooked before frying). They are commonly served with breakfast or as a side dish with steaks.
So, what’s your breakfast?